In September 2013 Microsoft announced it is ending support for Windows XP SP3 as of April 8, 2014. The clock is ticking: Esiet, thanks to its expertise in migration processes that do not interrupt day-to-day operations, is able to support and ensure a smooth transition process to any company willing to upgrade from Windows XP to Windows 7 or Windows 8. Microsoft pointed out that many companies still haven’t considered a migration strategy to Windows 7 or Windows 8, and that underestimating the impact of the end of support for Windows XP puts core business applications at risk. During the last year Esiet has developed a solid experience and metodology in complex migration projects from Windows XP to Windows 7/8 – more than 2000 PCs (desktop and notebooks) and hundreds of applications – without interrupting day-to-day operations and without impacting core business activities. Windows 7/8 deployment most often is supported by System Center Configuration Manager 2012 (SCCM 2012) especially for large scale deployments and when devices are distributed across a global network infrastructure. Asset Inventory, Software Distribution and Software Update are greatly improved by the adoption of System Center Configuration Manager 2012. Esiet is Microsoft Gold Partner and offers proven…
Life, Love, Joy. It’s the message Padre Mario e and the Alleluya Band brought to Italy from Malawi in their Italian 2013 Summer Tour: 40 shows that with the contribution of Esiet and other sponsors have contributed to raise funds for the Comfort Community Hospital in Balaka. The Alleluya Band Tour has been a way to make people learn about Malawi traditions and culture and to raise funds for Balaka Comfort Community Hospital and its maternity, pediatrics and adult wards which covered the costs of meals and medications. Alleluya Band will be in tour in Italy again in 2014 – from May 30 to August the 3rd – and has already been invited to perform in different venues around the country. The tour will also offer the chance to celebrate Malawi’s 50 years of independence and Cooperativa Andiamo – founded by Padre Mario and Don Cesare Castelli in 1984 – 30th anniversary. More about Alleluya Band, Orizzonte Malawi Onlus and its support to Andiamo Youth Cooperative Trust: www.alleluyaband.org/ www.orizzontemalawi.org Donations to Orizzonte Malawi Onlus: www.orizzontemalawi.org/donazioni-2
Esiet is a highly specialized company resulting from the merger of two companies, Medan and Esiet: Esiet is qualified to assist with the planning, design, implementation and management of any kind of ICT infrastructure. Esiet was born at the end of 2012 from the merger of Esiet and Medan: this new business venture provides a broad range of high quality integrated services in the field of ICT infrastructure solutions. “We wanted to create a new business reality, more structured, able to grow and expand”, says Maurizio Andreoli, Esiet CEO. “Most of all, it’s about being able to adapt to a marketplace that’s constantly changing and becoming more and more demanding”. Throughout their fifteen years of activity, Esiet and Medan have achieved important results thanks to their expertise, their project management and business analysis skills and consulting experience. “Our clients are becoming more and more selective”, says Edgardo Andreoli, Medan CEO, “they specifically ask for a supplier that is financially stable, competent, flexible and able to offer high-quality services”. Esiet offers an integrated range of products and services such as global services, building and maintenance of technological systems and renewable energy systems. Esiet is also an IT system integrator and consulting…
The Infrastructure & Hi-Tech Building Services division comprises all the Global Services operations, such as the design, development and management of a wide range of technological and renewable energy production systems, maintenance services and facility management.
Esiet’s IT services offering is divided up into modules, making it possible to compose a service for clients based on: the specific requirements observed as a result of a detailed analysis of the ICT infrastructure; the agreed functional requirements; the expected service levels.